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Rick Ross Responds To Watch Expert’s Accusation That Audemars Piguet Is Fake

Miami hip-hop artist and businessman Rick Ross has responded to a watch expert who called him out for allegedly owning a fake Audemars Piguet watch that is purportedly worth more than $3 million.

According to HipHopDX, the “Aston Martin Music” lyricist is striking back after watch expert Nico Leonard van der Host took to social media to attempt to expose the watch he displayed as a fake. In the video by Leonard van der Host, he claims that the owner of the timepiece sent him a photo of the alleged fake watch that Ross shows in his Instagram post. He also reveals that there are only two of those watches in existence, one valued at $41 million and the other costing $37 million.

“Why are you flaunting a fake watch and saying that watch is worth $3.25 million, man? I thought you had to be an example for the youth etc. Mate, load of balls, get your act together. This is pathetic.”

He then posts a photograph of the watch he claims is the real deal.

The post was in response to a video released by The Robb Report showing Ross showcasing a collection of his expensive watches. Leonard van der Host refers to the Audemars Piguet watch, which Ross calls his AP watch that he affectionately calls Lemon Pepper. In the video, it displays the watch’s worth as $3.25 million retail.

In response, Ross calls Leonard van der Host a piglet and chastises him for alleging that a Black man can’t afford a rare timepiece.

“Oh, those emeralds are so rare. It would be so hard for a Black man to obtain such a rare timepiece. It’s a simple feat for a boss. Now, stay out of grown folks’ business, little piglet. You on Rozay d**k.”

 

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He proceeds to give a short tour of his luxury cars teasing Leonard van der Host in the process.

Rick Ross Responds To Watch Expert’s Accusation That Audemars Piguet Is Fake

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